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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat ...... ... 8c9 c.
Shouldors ........................... 8c.
h am s.----............................. 14c.
Best Lard .......................... 10(@ 11 c.
Best Molasses, nw crop...... 60oc.
Good Molasses..................... 25(a)50c.
Corn .................................. 80c.
M eal .......... ....................... 750.
H ay............. . . ................ $1.00.
W heat Bra)....................... $1.25.
1st i'atont Flou .................. $1.75.
2nd Best Flour.................. . *4.25.
Strait Flou ........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.25()3.75.
Sugar ...................... ......... 6ii, c.
R ico .................................... 5(08' c.
CofTee................................. l0a 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Bale Hulls, per bale............. 35c.
Butter, per lb ..................... 15(@20c.
Eggs, per dozen .............. loc.
Chickens, each.................... 15( 25c.
Peas, per bushCl................ 90 .
Corn, per bushel.................. 70c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 50(t10c.
Turkeys, per lb .................. 6(o) 8e.
Fodder, per cwt ................. 75c.
Money to Lotun.
On long time and easy terms, secured
by first mortgage on uproved real
estate. Apply to Hunt, Hunt & llun
ter, Attorneys at Law. ft&f
Mr. Teague will put a wagon on and
deliver ice at 60c. All those who de
sire tickets will call and get them.
Nowborry Lutheran Conforonco.
The Newberry L-itheran Conference
will meet in Bethlehem Church on Au
gust 23rd and 2.1th. Program will ap
pear next week.
Take it all the year round-P'almetto
Liver Medicine. 10 cents at Dr. Van
Smith's Drug Store. ly
Carpets at lowcr prices than ever be
fore. See them, at Wooten's. tf
I will give a first-class Barbecue at
Perry's X toads in Saluda county, Fri
day, August 0, 11)01. Fine dinno.
I. S. Perry.
One Aultman, Portable, 6 II. P. En
gine in good running condition. Will
sell for cash or good p)apers. Apply to
W. C. Sligh, Jalapa, S. C.
July 8th, 1901. f2m
We will furnish a first-class 'cue at
the residence of Capt. W. G. Metts on
Thursday August the 15th. Special ar
rangemnents made for the .njoyment of
the young folks.
S. R. Metts and J. C. Kinard.
Donth from Measleo.
Died on Tuesday morning William
Herman West, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. West, aged about two years.
The littid child a few weeks ago had a
case of measles and sulfered a relapse,
which caused his death. Interrment
was had at Rosemont Wednesday
Says Ho Wias Tortured.
"I suffered such pain from corns I
could hardly walk,"' writes HI. Robin
son, Hlillsborough, Ills., "bu t I.Bucklen's
Arnica Salve completely cured them.''
Acts like magic ont sprains4, bruilses,
cuts, sores, scalds, burns, boils, ulcers.
Perfect healer of ski diseases atnd iles.
Cure guaranteed, by all druggists 25c.
Palmetto Li"er Medicine cured mnc
of chronic constipation," writes James
Evans, Piedmont, S. C. Sold at Dr.
VanSmith's D)rug Store. ly
- You Know WVhat You Arc Taking
* When you take Grove's Tasteless Chili
Tonic because the foumular is plainly
printed on every bottle showving that it
is sim ply Iron and quipine in a taste
less form. No Cure, Nc&Pay. 50ce.
Ye Southernm Damumes' Recipo.
The ladies of the A. RL. P. Church
have gotten up a book containing over
150 pages of fivd hundred selected and
well testedl recipes. Their object ls to
help pay for their new church which
will soon be built. The pirice Is 75 cents
and the book is on sale at Gilder and
Weeks', Peiham's and Mayes' drug
WVorking 24 Hlours ta I)ay.
There's no rest for those tireless little
workers-Dr, King's New Life Pills.
Millions are always bnsy, curing Tlor
pidl Liver, Janund ice, illiousness, JFever
and Agre. They banish Sick Head
ache, dIrive out Malaria Never gripe
or weaken. Small, taste nice, work
wvonders. Try themi. 25~c at all drug
itn Now Quatrters.
y larger and mere central store,
Q. Boozer stand, I am better
ever to serve my customers.
nd see me and l'1l treat you
er you want cooking
inma or a gun. A
,e at low down
'ARIOUS ANI) ALL ABOUT.
Miss Fannie McCaughrin is visiting
Miss Daisy O'Neal, of Columbia, is
visiting Mrs. R. D. Wright.
Rev. J. M. Henry, of Mon roe, La.,
is visiting relatives in the country.
M iss Maggie Williams, of Burgaw,
N. C., is visiting Miss Hattie Lmavell.
Mrs. Della Robinson is visitin ghor
sister, Mrs. J. M. lerry, of Augusta,
Engineer B. S. Schnmnpert, of the
Southern, is visiitng relatives in the
Miss Florence Bowman, of Charles
ton, is visiting her brother, Mr. C. A.
Mrs. Wm. Y. Gal., Mrs. Garlington
and Miss Nevillo Popo left yesterday
for Saluda, N. C.
Mrs. Ida Philips and daughter, Al iss
Mario, of Springliold, S. C., are the
guests of Mrs. l. C. Ilulet.
Miss Rebecca Blackwell, of Clinton,
who has beon visiting Mrs. J. W. Ear
hardt, returned to her home yesterday.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer made an address
before the Laurens County Sunday
School Convention at Graycourtyester
Rev. Walter I Herbert, of Newberry,
was among the visitors in the city yes
torday.--Urecnville News, 1st.
Misses Mary and Sena Riser left
yesterday for a visit to their sister,
Mrs. LeRoy Lee, at Kingstree, and to
friends in CI'arleston.
Mrs. W. I. Herbert and children left
Tuesday for a visit to her father, Prof.
Furman, of Clemson College.
Mr. R. S. Perry will give a first
class barbecue at Perry's Cross Roads,
in Saluda County, August 9th.
Mrs. Eduard Scholtz and children
left yesterday for Hendersonville,
N. C., whcre they will spend the sum
Mrs. )r. Pelhai and Miss Fannie
Leavell, of Uowberry, are visiting their
brother, J. R. Lavell.-Greenwood
Sheri Ig Buford's pretty little daugh
ter, Sallie Belle, who has been spend
ing soen time in the country with rela
tives and friends has returned home.
Mr. J. H. Summer and his little
daughter, Vera, will reti n to Atlanta
today after spending several weeks
among relatives and friends in his old
Ex-Congressman George Johnstone
and Robt. 11. Welch, of the Newberry
bar, are among the priominent visiting
lawyers hero attending court .-G reen
ville News, 30th.
Sherigf Bufoid, of Newberry, was in
the city today on oflicial business. le
is after one or two colored criminals
who are wanted in New.berry.-Colum
bia Record, 31st.
Mr. B. W. West has already moved
his store lower down on Main street to
his old stand to make room for the
candy factory to be located in the store
lately occupied by him.
On Tuesday evening SherifT ]inford
carried to the penitentiar'y John Hiar
ris, a negro convicted of wife murder
at the October teril of court, and rc
sentenced last term to life service.
Mr. WV. G. Peterson, voluntary ob
server for Newberry County, in the
weekly crop builletini says: Newbcrr'y
crops have improved in the last wveck;
young corn looks very well; cotton is
small, but has good color, Is being
plowed the last time; the past wecek
"Through the month of June and
July our baby was teething and took a
running off of the bowels and sickness
of the stomach," says C). P. M. Holli
(lay, of D)eming, Ind. "Is boweio
would move from five to eight times a
day. I had a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhon.a Remedy
in the house and give him four drops
in a teaspoonful of water and he got
better at once." Sold by W. E. helham.
A Sad Death.
T1he sad news has just reaehed us that
Claude Wannamaker, son of Col. J. B.
O'Ncall Holloway, of Blellwood, died on
Wednesday. HIe attended Newberry
College the past sesrion, In the sopho
more class, and stood well In his class,
and is well known to the people hero.
Ho-had been ill for fIve weeks, ever
since he went home from college, with
typho-malarial foveir, aggiravated by
an acute attack of pninonia. Just 19
years old, there was a bright future be
The remains were yesterday Interred
at St. Matthew's Lutheran chui'ch.
His collego and class mates from his
native county acted as pall bearers-a
beautifui and appropriate incident In
the Bad services.
To the grief stricken family and
friends, The Herald and News cxtends
Its most sinceire and heartfelt sympathy.
A Miniter's (Oood Work,
severe attack of Bilious colic,
oof Chamberlain's Colic,
iarrhoes Remedy, took
a entiirely cured," says
',of IEmporia, Kan.
the street was
d two or three
~r four' days
EL'Wo\rj I1:A(UI+ Olt(IANIZ l)
In tiho ('NIetil Hiroot uMeth,odist uhurch.
l.argo Ilu,bmbr of Actlvo Members.
Last Sunday cvning tho Epworth
League of the \Vest, End O'Neall street
church, of which 1tov. E. T. Adams is
pastor, was organized with thirty-eight
members, thirty active and eight asso
The following ollicers were elected:
President- ir..1 as. l pting.
First Viec-Presidont--Miss Iiolen
Second Vice-i'resident -M iss ceorgie
Third Vice- 'res!dent-Mrs. Frank
Treasurer-'T. 1B. Perry.
Each vice-president is chairman of
an active committee, and these coin
inlttees have been appointed and have
already begun planning the work for
The IIrst business meeting of the
leaguo will he held tonight, and devo
tional exercises will be held every Sun
day evening at 8 o'clock. The subject
for next hunidy cvening is "Gaining
by Losing." There will be talks from
the president, pastor,. and other mom
bers. Visitors and strangers are cor
dially invited and welcome at all the
Mich care ha,; been taken by Miss
Helen Mower in arranging the pro
gram for next Sunday evening and a
pleasant and profitable hour is antici
The ollicers and the pastor are all
carnest and zealous workers in the
cause, and the prospects for a good
league are bright.
A CLOSE UAMI.
Slow, Blut Very interesting at Timos
Home Good Playing on 1Roth Sides.
Yesterday afternoon in a close game
of ball Clinton defeated Newoerry by a
score of 7 to 6. Until Clinton came to
the bat at the end of the seventh inning
the Newberry boys had the game in
their hands, but after that the team
did not play together well and Clinton
made three scores in the seventh.
Bagwell pitched a good game for
Clinton, and Bradley and Stuart, New
berry's battery, did excellent work.
The following was the line up of the
Bradley p Bagwell
Stuart c Williams
Caldwell 1 b Little
Stevens 2 b 'arrott
Coleman s s WolTord
Daniels 3 b Vance
Voss r f Copoland
Adams c f Simpson
Matthews 1 f Kennedy
The score by innings was:
Newberry, 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-6
Clinton, 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 *-7
Struck out: By Bagwell, 16; by
The crowd was very small and this
probably accounts for the fact that the
game was riot fastcr.
rThe Newberry team has somec good
material and wvith a little encourage
ment and practice could be mlade one
the best, teams in t,he State.
Baigwell did good work for Clinton,
but in seine cases 1hia backing was 1)00r.
'rho home team clearly outclassed the
visitors, but errors at a critical time
lost them the game.
There was only one thing that was
not pleasant. Newberry ladies arc not
accustomed to to see open drinking and
hear profanity on the side lines, as was
the case yesterday, but we are glad to
say that those who did these things
were not Newberry citizens.
Silvor Street Dots.
We have had splendid rains the last
few days and crops8 are improving wvon
Tihe cotton crop is about clean at last.
Young corn will make a full crop.
Mr. Pat, Scott is up at Silver Street
he says for his health.
Mr. Rtubin Long, of Anderson, is v'is
iting his p)arents.
Mr.. Lawson Long, of Dallas, its out
for a month among his relatives.
Mr. F". B. Longshore is in Newberry
visiting Mr. W. S. Spearman.
There will 1)e nio preaching at Nt.
Zion on first Sunday.
Miss Sarah Spearman, of Silver
Street, will spend the month of August
in the mnountains with Mrs. A. J. L.
Now as the oil mill has changed
hands Mr. Floyd will be the man to
manage tihe third cotton mill.
There should be a mill to each bank
Mrs. D. B. Werts has been right
sick but I am glad to state is improv-.
Protracted meet,ings wvill soon begin
and the farmers and preachers will en
joy thle fried chickens.
Mr. P. S. Livingston is now running
tihe David Worts business at this place.
Press is a good merchant and is a
hustler behind1( thle counter.
Mr. 0. M. Wcrte has a cotton crop
that makes you feel good to look at it.
Miss F"annio Sanford is ticket agent
and will sell you your ticket. Pucit.
A Miremnan's Close Call.
"I stuck to my engine, althouighl
every joint ached and every nerve was
racked with pain," writes C. W. Bella
my, a locomotive fireman, of Burling
onl, Iowa, "I was weak and pale, with
uit any appetito and all.mnn down. An
as about to give up, I got a bottle of
trio Bitters, anld after taking it, I
s well as I over did in my life."
sickly run down people0 always
w life, strength arid vigor from
se. Try th em. Satisfaction
ed by all (lrnggisne Prie.tan
COUNTY SUNDAY SCloOL !ONVEN.
'rog ta ai ArnIngect by Executive Con, it
tce nud '1imue of Mcellug 1.xed.
The following program for the Counl
ty Sunday School Convention has been
arranged by the executivo conlittce.
'T'ho convention will meet at Now Chap
el, August 20th and 21st.
To meet at 1u:10; devotional exer
cises to be conducted by ltev. 1K. T.
rInolltnent of dlelegates.
Appointmont of conmnittees.
Topie: How to gut the adults into
the Sunday school--to be opened by
itev. J. L. 'illiauson, Jno L. Epps
and tev. S. L. Nease.
Topic: Hlow thu Sunday Nclool helps
the Homo-to be opened by Rlev. V.
11. Hiller, I. 1'. Cromer and WValtcr S.
'Topic: Ilow the llomo helps tho
Sunday school-to be opened by itev.
1). J. lilaukwell, \Wt. -. I'elham and
Jno. Al. linard.
Assignment, of delegatts.
'OUG RAM 01' SECOND DAY.
Aleet at 10 a. in.; devotional exer
cises by 1tev. L. W. Swopo.
Reports from Sunday schools.
International lesson to be taught by
Miss Nellie Chapmlan.
Round table talk-Topic: Sunday
school teachers and teaching-to be
conducted by l)r. Geo. 1.. Cromer.
Topic: Our obligation to the stait
work by l.ev. W. 1. 1 erbert.
Topic; The iiblo in tho Sunday
school-to be opened by Rev. II. .1.
Mathias, Rev. J. W. Blanton and A. G.
Election of oflicers.
AI iscellancous business.
TIN SUNDAY SCiiOOL wORiK.
At the meeting of t he last Sunday
school convention, held at Helena
July 25th and 20th, 1900, tho following
pledges were made by s;hools for stat t
work, to be paid at the next meeting of
the convention, which will be held at
New Chapel August the 20th and 21st,
Avelcigh................................ $2 00
Beth Eden................................. 1 00
Bethlohem ................................. 1 50
Bush R iver ............................... 1 00
Cannon Creek.............................. 3 00
Colony........................ 2 00
Ebenezer...................... ............. 1 00
I Iclea....................... 2 (.3
Holy Trillity................................ 1 00
First Baptist.................. . (10
Grace.......................................... 2 00
Church of the 1.tedeemir.............. 2 00
Central Methodist......................., 00
King's Creek................................ 1 00
Mt. Olivet....... ..............I 00
Mayer Memorial............... 1 00
M t. Pleasant ............................... I (:
Lebanon .....................2 00
New Chapel........................ 2 00
New I tope........................... 1 0(0
O'N eali Stree t....................... 2 (JO
Prosper'ity (A. R. P.).............1 00
St. Paul's.......................... 1 00
St. Matt,hew's...................... 1 00
St. Luke's.............................1 00
Smyrna ...........................1 00
Thompson Street .................. 2 00
Trinity.............................. 2 00
WVest End Baptist.....,........... 2 00
Zion.................................. 1 00
Miss Mamie 10. Crooks............ 3
Besides tho above pledigcs the other
schools are asked for at least one dollar
each for the same work. Please dIon't
fail to bring or send the above amount
to the secretary and treasur~er at the
Blank reports have been sent out to
the ditferent superintendents. If any
superintendent falls to 1to receivo a re
p)ort, please notify the undersigned at
once, as it is desired that every school
in the county shall 1)0 r'epresented at
the approaching mncotin:g.
We are anxious to got a full statisti
cal repbrt. We cannot make a full re
port to the state dep)artmnent unless we
receive full reports from every school
in the county. Brother Superinten
dents, won't you see that these repor'ts
are made ont in full and forwarded to
tihe secretary by the 15th of August, so
be will have time to tabulate them b)y
the meeting of the conlvcntlin On the
20th and 21st.
Please elect three delegates and urge
them to attend the approaching meet
1ing. Let us go to New Chapel in full
force and enjoy their large-heartcd
hospitalIty. TJhe convention has had
the pleasure of meeting with thece
good 1)001)1 twIce. They know how
they entertain tbe delegates.
C. F. lBoyd,
Night ws lHer Tetror.
"I would cough nearly all nIght
long." wrItes Mrr. Chas. Applegate, of
Alexandria, Ind., "andI could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumptIon so
bdhaifI walked a block I woul d
cough frightfully and spit blood, but
wvhen all other medicines faIled, three
$1.00 bottles of D)r. KIng's Now D)Iscov
cry wholly curedl me and I gained 58
p)oundls." I t'o absolutely guaranteed
tocuroCoughsu, Colds, LaGrippe, lBron
chisl and all '1 hroat and Lung Trou-.
bIes. Price 50c and $1, TrIal haottlos
free at all druggists.
Imperia P'r ssing Clubi
Located on corner l"riend and Nanco
streets at Watts 01(1 stand is prepared
to do all kinds of cleaning and dying
and pressing. (Goods called for and
delivered. Elight suits of clothes per'
Smonth pressed and cleaned for $1.00.
t&f tf. EDDmE PAvNE.
. "Mel ooih IIelghtK'' Auctionet olf 'ien
Ay- (liood I'rlt.t.t 1'ntd for Mlost
t,f (ho I.olm.
'1'tul sday itorning' a Iargo cr,owd fron
the City wenlt, out to sCo ''Meilntosh
Ileiht'' sold at auction. The sale
wa5 unider the managceinent. of Mlr. Jos.
II. Ilhillip)s, p)re"a lent. and \lir. I.oui::
I'endti, socretary, of tlle National A uc
tion and I Inprovvmlient Co., of BIruns
wick, Ga., and L.oth those gentleinen
kuow how' to sell real estate. T'h1
land wa.> divide , into forty-right lots
3>) x .,) feet. tad sotno of these smllll
l.' broulght, r.: high is ;t a lot.
'IIi e place is itu;atd east of the city
just outside the incorporate limits, an
with the rapid growth which the town
is now nakin; there is no doubt that it
will double it ':alue i in a few years.
The free lot which was ativt'rtised
Would he given atay was won by Air.
W. W. Wicker, of W'est End.
W give below a list, of buyers with
the numbri" of lots Iurceltad and the
prices paid by each:
N.\Mi :. A ITS. 1'Ilt'I-.
F. J. I.u1ssel :3 $112
J .1 Langford and
11 1-; ','odd I 71
T. A. lI)tinlg I 'sr
.I. A. (aldwell -1 2St0
J . M. 1ienn)ett I :
W . 11. Iol inict i.12
1t. ''. A r ly 101
J. A1. 'ri-i.harlit 2 7
. . illhardt I a;t
Nat, G ist, 2 St
I. 1t. II p I 1 le
'. I. ( ' 1 ttel w, 1 3 2
I 1'. T. Carlston I 1 i
.l. II. \\' ickcr I i
J .. \\ooten 2-1
\. lit,zhat'dt ' li-)
It . Lize !s
(. A. I. E \ptingr! 1tt
J. .\I. Taylor 127
,11uly' 31at, lhti. at the reidene c f
Atr. .. iI. air, Mr. 1,. 1. Street. artd
blis Matt;i ( ).'l1, of est -id, i ieav.
W. tM. 'insol icit.ii
Mr. A. 11. Waters died on utInay
is orning at 5 o'eck at the home of h Iis
father, M\lr. W. W. WVatcrs, of .Jalal)a,
agedt 21 yonmr. Trho cause of hia death
was typhoid fever. The remains were
interred at Rthi Iden Wednesday llf
Ierntoon, l1t'v. A. .1. i1owers conduciting
the funeral services.
I'erry i )avis' Pain Killer. -Its valu
able prope it Ies as at :)ced 3 cu re for
pain cannot, fail to he ;,ene'ally appre
elated, anl no f.nily should he with
out, it, in e;a"c of eidenlt, or suddrn tt
tack of dysonterI , diarrh'i or cholera
lorhus. Sold e ery where. A void sub
stitutes, there it hut one I'aln-k iller,
'erry 1)avis'. I'rieu 25c. and 5ie.
Vtllniali JLiiid it) i10 Aoc(1tlo4ie(I.
The old Warliaw trnct on Gaintt
street in the we:-tern portion of the city
will he sold at auction on Mioiiday,
Augunst 1 2th. Thbe sale will le und iier
the0 di rectin of the samne coinpa ny
which sol "ANI lto.sih Iligjhtis."' This
tract now b,elony'. to ANlessrs. loyd and
Purcell anid is a vii alale aiid detsi iale
piece of prlop Ierty.
Tihe law of herdthi ruiires that the
boweVls miove onel: each day and one of
the penait ies for violat.ing this law is
p0ies. Kee ymir''~ hI Iowels regulatr by
tak in a), dos1e5 of Chamberl)tIlin's Stomach
iand Liver tablet a whmein 1eCC ssaryi andl
y'ou will neve r havo that seer piunishi
men b in Iilicted up Oin you. Price 25 cents.
For sale by WV. IX. t'ciham.
ri ii E COT i'ON WvlK:GHrf:S ASSO
el. cati on oif I 'Omi 1a will me et on
Aug. 151,h, ait I'omairiia, N. C. at (9 301 a.
in. to cleet a cotlon weigher* for thle en
July :31st, l1901.
7LIllo T iliU;STE'i.1 AND P)1ATIIONS
of Jolly St ree. school will meet
oin Fida~ y, Aungost I(li, at -1 p. im., for
tihe purposo5 of electin ig a teacher for
live mon)11t,bs or Ion ger at, a salary of $30
In the hands of thie und(1ersigned by thiat,
time. Thre-e t rustees will be0 eleted to
serive for Ia t,ermi of two y'ears.
W. I . IHO )INEST'1, Secretary,
Slighls, S. C.
W HJTIKtlKAS, A PMJKTITION if AS
beeni ~iled b)y a iiajority of tihe
freeholders of thIe towni of Newberry
wIth 1110 Tlown CounlCil, praying for an
CIeCtionI oni thio <iuest,ion of lssing
bonds~ to i-he amount, of twent,y-fivye
housand d olhla for the purpose5 of
constructing and putt,inig in a sewerage
sysHtemf in satid town; amnd, whereat',
salid petitLion is in accordance wit,hi and1(
mfeOt,s the requi;iirments or the staLtuto
law and const,itutioni of the Staie.
Now he It ord(ainled bly thie Mayor0i and
A ldermenci of t,bc town of N'-wberry,
S. C., in conell assembl)ed iand: by aum
thority of tile samle: That t,he quest,ion
of issuing bonds in the sum of twenty
five t,housand dollars for consi rut,iing
anid pultt ing in) aL iowCerage systeml for
thie towin of Newberry, S. C., be suib
mnitted to th1e quaifIied electors of the
town at an election wiche is herehy
ordered to b)e held oin thet 20th (lay of
August, 11901 , and to) be0 conductted inl
thle mnnerii prIecribad b)y law for spe
cial electIins, with J. W. Oary, A lex.
SIngleton aiid WV. A. Mtclall as mana
gers, whlo aire hereby reqluired to ceitify
the results thiercof to the Town Council
of time town of Nowberry, S. C. Those
votinlg In favor of issuIng said bonda
shall cast a ballot wvith the word "'Yes"'
written or printed thereon, andl those
opposed to Issuing honds shall cast a
ballot with tie word ''No)' printeod
D)onc anid rat,ified uinde- the corpoirate
'mal of the io)wni 4 Newberry,
[S4I-A i,] :lo)uih Car'olina, this 16th day
of July, A. D). 100)1.
OTTO KLETTr'N tu,
W. S. LA moun, C. und '1' T. . N.
to the most popular I
give 20 votes to each p
tickets for our
Cold Soda W
The lady receivingthl
tember 15th will get the
Fuller particulars at
Pelhum 'sill l
D)R. RUS ' S
Ori-'inal and Gcnuinw. alrr wayjpt r eibcle
and1 saf)!. L.adli(-alwa.\ti ak for1 D)r.
I(it t', Gotton I tuoo anit l'ennyrioyat Inc
male Pills. Ih-y nevvr fatitl ( ndlnVert
in)jure. Mlailed to anly athIl.,s onl re
Ocilt, of $ i.01 by (iil r'-,ea CornwrI l)rug
Store ole A1nts., Nowhet :-y.
"731 Cr CO lt <3 .L2
l''.AiI,Y, N';It'NI,Y AN i) 1' I .\1 I,Y
is: ,ohl withI at wIt'1tenl ;u at ee;ll(t to) curec
(n'onnia, Pit, )ire, lI edieria,
Nve.vous I)hilit,, Io. : t, 1'ita:tlit,y,
natl I,lses, Iailin i Memory -t.hc roie lt,
of over work, waorry, sicknes., otrrH of
youth or over-in dl em.I. 'ivl s I:
ti boxes: I5. y matiI in plain lr.ck"a,rl
to any3 addre1(5 mn recl i1t of p rict^. Sold
only by G:ihll-r's (o r,cr I)rul; Store
Sole Ag,enit.. Newch.rry.
.' I I i?_ C -L IL Ma
.\ new' amd comle(tc ltre"at.mn t.1, c,on
isting of S it tri , ('at!le of
Ointmrient, anll twohow-i of intmllnt,.
A iver failing; cure for t'il)s of cve ry
otieand dereI. I 1 n,aK ato Otsoera
til)I with the kiii' , I li'h is painful'.
aidl[ oftln re111t inl deateh unIcesary .
PW yL'I endur t' his til ;! t lri ( 11
pack ()o wtritteln gu111aant00 in tI 1 ht '
box e. W h no pay. 5. an $ a box,
4; for $'). Sent by mail. tionlI free .
('ONST%I .\T'UIN eurtad, I'ilc, prevolnt
w t, by colnne liveret the brat
Listo a n tomach Igulator antd rlood
'uriller. Mmall mild a:nd plea5ant. o o
takt: espeI)cially' adap1,1t.e for chiIi itrn
s sess 2 of. ilr'S Corner p)ru
ora Fatoiean "Fak.'
havesi mlsiih nEw ar
i1 Set Chlina,
ady in Ne'wberry. We
erson buying $ 1.00 in
highest vote by Sep
* I _S1- .
Sold direct from the
speaks louider than tes
timonials. Stieff pi
anos "sing their own
praises." Order one
on trial or for cornpari
son and you will buy
taken in exchange.
CHAS. M. STIEFF,
Baltimore,1M d. Nor. &
So. Carolina Branch
Wareroom, 213 N.
Tryon St., Charlotte,
C. H. WILMOTH,
Have You a Daughter?
Jrsthe b est avaniiLgces, ed uentlon
lI . 8., N ormial Mlusie K in'esion , Art
indlie us~i.ineess 'o e)ii~Ls. I inde(r experi
Uinced tenehers( '', in ani idel cl le'go
Ib'ep tublair weull, wvater absol utely
puen . 1 ,ow rates,
'P'ho lpais year ialIl ur r4ooms wer oc -
forp c >xt~ sessiIOi -the torty.tliri...
l-or illust ~ratIedl cata1lie ateddress~
B ev. James Boyce, Pres't,
lhoee W.est, Albhei4.Vllo Co., S. C.
Thli ci egn,atuero i on e'ry biox of tho gonuine
Laxative Bromno-Quine Tablets
'Glo roeedy that euarces acole! in oneo day
di the.season of the year
le prices on our Spring
Straw Hats and Low Cut
cuse to offer-We simply
alance of this season's
eady for FALL AND WIN
w prices will certainly
the house and into the
.d to appear sensational
We want to impress
:ruthful statement of a
Lion--which is it
to cut regular prices,
wn without a privious
good business to do it,